The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
May 4, 1906
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


The Tallahassee Weekly True Democrat was established on March 3, 1905, by John G. Collins. The "True Democrat", as it briefly called itself, explained that its name showed dedication to the "true and tried doctrines of The Old Time distinguished from...mischievous fads and fallacies of the day." Though not intended, never more true words have been spoken on newspaper title changes! Milton A. Smith bought the Weekly True Democrat in 1908. In February 1912, the paper started publishing as the Semi-weekly True Democrat . In 1913, it reverted to a weekly again under the title of the Weekly True Democrat . On April 6, 1915, the newspaper became the Daily Democrat . Frequency of publication dictated another change of title later that year when the Daily Democrat became the Weekly Democrat . Sometime thereafter, exact dates are not known, the Weekly Democrat became the paper of record for the state’s capital, and the title changed to the Weekly Democrat and Florida Record to reflect this development. If ever it was a record for Florida, it would have been a digest, since both the Florida House and Senate have maintained continuous and detailed recordings of their deliberations. Today, the same newspaper is known as the Tallahassee Democrat . Because Tallahassee is the seat of Florida’s state government, the True Democrat has been quoted copiously in journal articles and theses. Of particular note is its usefulness in tracking Jim Crow behaviors in the early 20th century. During this period, African Americans constituted about 80 percent of the population in Leon County, and white supremacists felt particularly threatened. The True Democrat, whatever its name, would come to influence--and some might argue, make mischief with--the State of Florida’s democratic processes and the deliberations of the legislature. While it may have shown leanings toward one party or another throughout its history, the newspaper has been affiliated with neither the Democratic nor Republican party but can be said to have exerted its influence on each.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).

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NO. 10.

Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.



Major St. Clair Abrams Gives His
Views on the Everglades
It is well known that the Metrip,,lis
has aroused ;overno i'r Broward'' ire tby
'.' qop -po.Iij ''he latter' scht'me to drain
f the Everglades.
The .Metropolis takes the position
that -uch a grigrantic proposition .should
not lie attempted hby the State,'se
eminent engineers have asserted the
drainage scheme is nt feasiblee. ,,v-
ernor toward, it i- true, prei'ent.-
other authorities which conttind it is
lpotssible to drain it.
AnIyhow. Th .MTtrnl poii,. >,lie e.
it V4'it.-. ,u1iblii' -*'l:ti tllt when it Lur e-
that ini \lew of tht L"r'at tli 'i"'.ilce of,
opinion tn i the the :Sti:ttv'. s iiiil .
m ight be pot t to I'ItIh I ,Itt o 'r ,. 111
hui ldin 'fII. Ii I t .. W i','ll,, 'h w 'Ii \W
are of 1lra>;t1. i '. t,, th,' pn .
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Sani kee t he t .r t lt l Id ,ut. ,t n -
done in ll : 1.i i l l' ar n tr i ti tI I
landr c tilait l !1 h ill a. tl t, 1- l t
thIe l.\ I f the a r ,. Th -i ,. ot r -
ra ie. i l 'it i l I ha I in.' r ,'i ll, .i,, l
art, talk h willy g r u-t a S tt 11 t thit
sitey it ec l, ,ialri. lll I' r it c liparati\l.
soull i;rt. t' rlal ill ,! ,i' t h l'J h a' ta i tn
ofbn liea t l.he t,.t \\ w ll u, r it.

"hat ha W ill run t) ,dw.i hill i it
t It io n I ia.l1'4 1 1 't 'it 11 t' 1 t1' I;i
r et. oat ,i a e l ,'vth a t i i- i t h t : ii u ti t hl .
reI al. w(l",.til, i-li t I t e in\\ t, IIIr t ,' v wl'ottr
canof ( rtlin d ,wl hill into the I.a ti. hut
to flt ir. t INc rtan its fIlT ,,\.
First Ihe illX irn ilin ,ll"i <, W attr
t ber l aii t' fr i It th l ittl an
rep onti aThe It.t l l 1 lf t iht entiree
Th"I'rd The nutriber ,f t'cinals arII
drains nec.-esary to keep the water ,t.
Fourth! The aproximate acreage w ,f
land so drained tat would tle of any
value for agricultural or any profitable)
purpose after the water had been taken
Fifths The acreage that could not lie
drained at all.
Sixth-The aggregate cost of thl
stupendous work.
The Everglades ,itielr have never
been surveyed. ( nd ranger. of the
tis. ton (Conlpaily, years ago Imail a
survey fr,(,m Lake (ketchoh)|e into the
,etan alone thv ea.sttdrn rim llf e the
verfladle-. I here it no record tof any
levels liviti n tak n n it ke th nt riorin
V the h \err l;:.i. A very d larte |asit
of it is t diady I aN ,1 -i lue the. a i ,-
nit t hotlte White \i\ :, i .nd I l very r nu h
doubt i f e\a n the ll,in. over al o. rt.s ,i f it. It falws,,. ther i-
fore, that t'o -.tirt IU' n ,the work of
draining this \;.-t tract of '1..nd wit o-ut
a thorough si ntIfit .-Ul\et is tot mdi fy
imer litir it'A e hiitllwitr.l t titr huingI b-
judgment. ut is piece ofreck ie .s'es.-s
const itni .g a grNss injll.sti'r on the
1 taxpayers arnd on the pI "pIe of Florida
1 "ITRAVI.;SE THE I"VKt.(;l.Al>E.
In a,'Ti1-7. in the company of ('apt.
Abner Jihnson and a number of other
cattlemen and guided ,y Indians.. went
through what i was told on atit ute the
it was drier than it had ever been in
the hitorv of man He traversed vastt
tracts of fand a. sterile as the Desert
of Saraha. and cro*sed in canoes, necks
of sloughs. consisting of a .surface of
two or three feet of water, with liquid
mud under it of an urkrown depth. I
saw a pole thrust thr< ugh this mud for
over twenty feet without tu< hing bot-
tom Wes'wo;:ldof where ] rossd was
a vast ,f .imilar mud and
|Her. many to,-;r's if a< rs being,
in view and broken here ;-nd there ub
pine and hamnok islands. The sterdle
lands did not con?,ist of ,ar.d, but of a

ihalky formation, whose dust when
thrown up v the hoofs of the horses
penetrated the nostrils, causing an irri-
tating sensation. For miles upon miles
not a blade of grass was growing, show-
' jng the utter harrennt'-s of the soil
e traveled along this route for days,.
d finally came out at Miami, which

was then. as no%%-, the couints' seuttof
Dade county.
That there are iargre hotlje" of niuck
lands in the Evergladies andi around Lake
O)ke.echobiee is utintUest i' nbly trute I
have t 4%'ice car ,I I 'll'ntht. kiirders lo
the muck land if 1 .ak#- (1k;et-chobee m
the t-'j~e(oft'i what i:. k nown as the llitr
P'ra irie. antdIsuen t 1he mu tck hid u rn ilH-
inig f'.t' xsquare niih'-. I have alsi v-en
muck tlans lirninvr in 4)tangt'andlitthei
C'itiutt''-'iall' rth of 1Lake
4 kee1chublet'.

There I, in fact a grt';t dt i ruenict' III
the11 tjUalitv iOft Muck lanud" Mi. lie f-i-

that inuuck tidlticitIrItorn tMy'to nmtil
1 f-tt(Oll : 4quite tt uiaci'tiI. 11-1il
alt I"it i:.ket'than Imm u'nh"n i- -altoi'rn~iI-

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drain thi.-e l.tii. fir,' iHtthlt-lf I recall
t1 1 it0l. nati chuck l ; I I' -t his .u a-

c -t.s (ii I t i nt'fl IIt I. ,tting thif i ,? tnt racl .
and I al t'111rI, '4 \i'Iil' ',i'c1ilah['t whin
vey mt m .t' as tl l hat tl 'iUti w id (' et,
t h i1r.t Ic .atoI' i lu0 tiit.Ifwn h Iil. I n i \
Su1 itI'h It I' anii1 I \N r.n t'i il tlu
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Ia it i 'h lI'hIv u ri tnt all the ra lnev t y t

CtV.s \4 111t. l- hin v .,- t t h. thrs itractl .

-eli th im thife 1 Itiinal r .i-hiialf ir the

laind fr alit ilt 'r acr', antti,. after
exiau.tini th\ir' \nM 'an l and hiuri'ttwlt',
ir t'made ia s to what it would co,!it t

tnitorl .watoi r i, t it in t down hill. anuc
an I yhan'n eitr a1ln t,-cla lt' cti wi l'
a askcd" lim ;r1 his a,-cienlatvsdur-

l o r. 'th ia h' otll, vti ,ll o hi' i'ne-hail "afdthe

lani d i:tiAal. itt ntlri iitre. a 'dflf, tiler
imt .Ie i hai (it turn the whli' over to d

, I' diter v thvy ft lolrt n dfm e to eim-
ha, ait vclult rlit T lll Vite t n f rtled.o to
(11 r -t if mnairt .itii o rla wer rantiifit the i e i\av nil lta teivei-
calr* fathe E4'Ir'lale eis a b irniTIchke
\hoe h11in lta rnilli. raIek's in porto
ar OfI -phat* andr stind-<. t ln a nwel-
-i fit- I V I l ,f uvn lit tf lFI ntym ir neti
.-ii alre', arut futi v. eo nrt at imle rove-

ad, tqu: It ap ital andi a rio er -ie ntioit

EIVE. neI;alDI. s aeno.R:R To e DAIN
It woul be nioe expensive thedrain

hae suffich ient reliable informati on toh
uat Igwarranted in saying that the inte-
ri>(r f the Everg lades is a basin. The
psri < sh .hown ty ('ol. Kramer's survey
na alt,,gether misleading. In the first
partt, while the waters on Lake Mee-
chxahe- are about seventeen feet above
tre wean. there is. no gradualfall tothe
ocean. neither is Lake Okeechobee in
utr v ene apartof the Everglades The
I ka on the extreme northern end
sf what may be termed the rim of the
cdterladen.f The very existence of
illand in the Evergladesi hows that the
enormous basin is not a level, b.ut it un-
dulating.and underni ath a great deal-of
the muck and their soil is nothing but
rock. which would cost enormously to
Again. it is absolutely nothing but i
speculation to claim that the stwamp
condition of the Everglades is caused


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dmi i hil i this. \ I it-t i 'iil it 'l '' '

iru', he tra ki I.t t i l o n k '.t h i i ''
a ll ;ihe i kltirwl 1tA Ii 1 i* tIip. 1'1t ;i .a ir
thlandsi noti li it io f -Lak '4 il I lf 'i
l.,n a.- tii_ ih ;i th,\ \\ <, th ,.. 1 .,'i
tl.i ai ( farlli t. l t hii h ,k' '
has '\v 1..ur w'y \W it, nD ,1t ,rii\ v ,ntin i o '

(H'ig i, Iit ihis r iea l it i i- Wi h h"t i,
r .these, frankly tni i V ti t h i .
n tit'tm ltt t ('x l ,rt th . .
ill. Krame r. ird ta i o i ;l. n L, i ,
lands north erf hiak k i t i t. ,
ttndini at s far a ira th' c .i k, 'i'.i '
lith ari hacrtu al pur\ o-ittt wa t I'.
thesp waters into tl-t +.# rg ,.,L -. .1 I
not out of the AilI.
I w as, very i11t1n a ;i;11. ',\ Tal1T t ,' '
,ol. K ranu'r. a r, ni 1. t" i l ' .

a n a m a n ,if ; i ra t thi a l f ,.i ,
vivant than p lract i ';,i ,.l :it i ". t
inl l" W as ifi-l i,,tor'll- h ti i '
that th actual x i iiti r ,n f I, -
a11id hl+ a.->-o( i;t's \\.' r. fr,,. '. *

(e\c' ass ol Ki ian i l n :t< 4'i f '1
I aull lh r t;.hril t h t < ,'., r .,, 1' ,'
a(id h a ss ut 'iat-' ai ri ii i pe ii i'
upon K r r rht '"ri i "-,1 i i. t rv \e i 1 I.,'
that thwl- l v-i i.l* i'n ti i .i
(,'iha ih .l i ti i t l- <> i. a t i l 1 -n ;tt ti
lI an of th l i 'i nitt.on tt l ,it i t i \ 't
of w ate r % r ia- tal i. ti ,* ( I lh il i .,.,
thol'rn the a' t"roblhl h .f ir.,ini ite th ir.
erglaldes. w ,ilil riiii'. 11t i 1 e li \ .t ,
. solvaril. K i nit' i'd if. i '.t* a t d 1
the o)'iune f t thir i ,ti, .1 ,ot ti h
Imi all wato r m o it e l ro ith ,iw' 1 t it v 'r i ,l.' a.
althrou h at in, l,.. tL rio. t alitf,
Antl h. ateirt h;,ai at 1 in < t t i 'i t hi-
water or-twari t ito i ht, ;ot in Hl arlorr.
anl the firkt thi Itt h, lis ,ion pa t oipo]-
d.d Wa tmo Wv,,l.n.'1 : |hla tet-e thin < th .
nei lhe itl h this int r, Atf the tav i tl he'
work mwas u.-|>ndlI th a' e ii' ct

a :thar idl ,out ha l,.e'it had tw atep
bcci.u+s of mn i it nx. with rock
I had at lonrk int rd\.iv wath Mr. Kra-
mer in rv eganl to thi-. ardl he exprgla ,d
to min the maximumn tamount would cwaost an
be removed 111an.d kept off t cut and, is ad-
quate cha'n.l lhr,,u ,h this rock and
turn the water loo-,. :ntt the Ever-
gladhK. I rmit-rnh,,. his telling me that
he hadl surV .\ .d l.i.t a short di.tance
south of th ;.. i t..t. t.ow much ro-.k \,oiI have to lr. rut
'lat'l~l-: A Na A.STY.
Alt',gether. the nciron of the lrain-
are Koard of this State in plungrinig in-
to the work without having a thorough
survey mud**; without iscertaininir the.
levels of the int<.rior of the Evergladeh ;
t without flndin(? out hw many water-
gheds it contairned; without ascertain-
ing the maximum amount of water to
be removed and kept. off the land, is as

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l)te arst I find that it i hI '1
,lh'e h ,ett v pa oer rn the Stt" ', ,1 '
nfor ub,,ipio('r ma ter~ 'I w fIt ....' ,i '
to r, celt t u;.id return thisn- I,', t ....

Famous Strikel Breaker*.
The mn'st famous trike breakers in
the worhi are Dr. King's New Lift'
I'illb. When liver and bowels guI on( a
ctri'e they quickly stetle the trouble.
and the purifying work goes on,. Hest
, ure for constipation. dizziness and
headache. 2.'x at all ,trugrgit. *

their needs ilonv transportation lines.
As a candidate I solicit the support
of all thie ipople of Florida, .and if
elected. I pledge yo-u that I will use
every honorable means to extend the
usefulness of the Railroad Commission
to the people of the State of Florida.
Kespectfully, NEWTON A. BLITca.





Hons. R. Hudson Burr and Newton A.
It llne r. t; 11tterini write-ups from
anyone, tI plai, t'htIi ove two genlle-
illen before thI.e o,,te'rsI of .I .,n county.
They h1a\ e. it'.h litI u \ I Icellent recIt ord'is
in the i epat al tnit t.- ,f Statte gIovern-
nIent in whici' the have served, an(1
while this nt'\V ew-pa11'er has not heretofore
endorsed Iiany .andIlates,. believing now
that tle lIpeI'ple'.-I .t'-t int 'tterest will lbe
looked iafttr hy them. as RailrmdI ('om-
mi-sioners die. htriy and ntivow endorse
t heIr ll c lanliti'y f,' t he i tnllttllioni. and
i.:-t re-pectft't ll -k' its 're' lerst's to
',iv' te' m their 1,\'.tl -ipplort in Leon
county. ''elow \\ i '''p Mr. lilitch'.st
111 ,,u ,'itIt meil \ ha1:\v ptullis.l-ed
Mr. litirr's si.' Y uN nI\' thelim 4both;
iotlh arct h1,-'. -,, Ir I,,ov 'n that pilub-
lici tII' t4 tl:" 11 I eir h i'l' w erel
tie\ i r 1 I -r l. aI l l ioth Iave adIllite

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t li I t'l lI' l t i t r n I I tollrta i\ h es.
a I lt, I l- l ht 11 l lii,- I l r, il '\ ot'1.
t I I qi t t ir 1- 1ii n i' ;ii i';i\n %nl ht ine
run, ali ltih \ .,nti\i tiiitw ,,f tholy whoi
arl t .v,.r r' i l ;t -,r oi, lt fo i' i ,on-
hi,'ave i ,l. p rile ii .aibl, cl t he pro, t't
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nie.- ,o hit ,.ii l 1y i _,,.io ., l lIic t erity
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tw lea, husii t okn nI, int, p iirictal-
metf'lr junti0ii l o thr' State at leamt
.1 don il s v'it.'h to. ^al, lt e familiar
ltith lih e tUr11 t o ein holu aer,
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JOHN G. COLLINS. Pr.pritir.
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Tallahassee, Friday, lay 4, 1906.

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NI Yoli r Ihek, lt i ll I. l,' i. d .I I h t i
.Alivimg ye I t. lI. ce i '"i I il i, ,
I;OwA com'in o il of i'
'Ihe publ,' d e,.- ,.,, h,,i, o ri i
about the great U ha,1i.ri< \ I. I w'l,'",of
Ne.w York, that v.e on' i 0il'l. ;iil h0'e l
living yet. The T"' |)a '1 i ri*, ..,a -i, loo0,
that "the 2':i- ll w 'e Ilon.e-,mrn#e, in New
York, in that I'haicune'vy o iittel d Ito 'e.--
e-brate his birthday IfHow Ihlie ltigh ty
and witty are, falling.
I iolid on to whit .,oui ha'e,, b,, ., iand
keep going after more, there- are' only
a few more days in which to w.ork for
the- cranlidiateil oft yov i i hoi e., biut l e,
dead sure those' ''arnicillate-, yo, u i wore k f(or
all along the linl' aie nI o' 1 it on elected or
fal'noH iited with 'ifinli, oif Ihl.e "Ichen.rl ,s iof
Ihe day. No, man i ;i -e i.e itwo -i-

Without castingg liany rellie ti, w hat-
,ver oin any other ecurillidate s, feor lhe
Railroad I'eormri ssionlJimi, thi.e rue. Ie'm.oni-
crat believe, that ilonsi I| udlsoni IIturr
iendl N. A Illithi are the two % a-pJirants
who s ihouldi be ele0te'dl ti- llri. l'Ihey
ale* both conndntii11 and pur public
o lici l, rei bel. si pl-paier0,I I I 0' y 0li1g
fully inifor edni' ai t oi o 10 f 'o nc1ilm -eii lii" d1-ti
lie'H, iF ld We lii'.v, t!he' lie-1. i1lialliitei f of
lill 0o dea.l oul l istiu'0 to, ll t c li 'sl 1i|-
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lionl with nuen whio w,,ill show .\ouri

drainage businepi up for what it is
worth. You can invite anid have, large
audiences to hear you there, andl both
sides can have a fair ahow for their
white allies, as the little boyos would say
in a marble game.

Mr. W. F. Moor, of Georgia, brother
of one of our most worthy and enter-
psin townsmen Dr. W. L Moor, las
in ithelty fora few day visiting, and
made a pleasant cal.

In the face of the fact that a survey
wa, mrade of the Everglades by e-xlw'rtl
enginers, employed by the' bisstonrs.
year,-, ago, and they prornounceid the
drainage of the swamp feasible, and
later 'by other i engineers, with the nsame'
re- Ilt, Collin,. of the Tallahassee True,
)erirnocrat, th- Tirrce.-'nion, and and
('trate. of the', I-doni' t-knoi,w-whio-
furnihed-the-rorey, bureau to cre-ate'
public '.0'.ertieit againr.-t Governor
If4oward', ,.. e.( -, a.-0.rt. prJli aI I
;i trv try o rinin itairi n iat. it I c'iiit' bl ie- ll.
that ouiight inot i'be didle.l, that it -hant't
It>- -i- ,l-"-,J' d-l-,l i|" \V r '>, r|lt out
I) tfitl i fool, tlhe i tieli il;i'. Ill'i oi ti f' ;l
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nIt I -'h tI 0 l-a, l a l I',liI' -l it ,e'inii pir li i l'
le-lie'e- tlie'y had lbrolght youii f',nrth ai;ii,
ii't y0,ol tI work'. for lhe- i. T e' rie il
1`10 e', io'r sucifh to de.fe-lil tl hie' So-'o
bee a little I more sure' of youl groundl, or
you mi iay c nivict yourse-lf of betiing a
subsidized, owned amnd controilledl tool.
arcil that teioo of beiing a deofenlder of
wrong-doers in public matter'ns (Gov-
e-rnor Broward has t old us ion mlore' than
oine o'casion that "editorial space could
ibe purchased at so iliuch per lin, ," with
"4 setimnient throwni in," aind I he may
know just which ones ihel htas had and
canl ge.t. lBe' careful, sonny, but when
you ai nprve wet, have- e -ver heen bought
or influetnc'ied to mislead lr o iw-rep'ir,-sent
things in puri lic affairs, just goi fr us.
hut ple-ase' d it iII a sa;m ie, elivnitied ainl
just muianitier, will you'.e Thi. lewshpal ietr
wcors'hipls o ri l, und will always ie
founi detrouncing ailuse nill wroimngful
acts in public affairs We h avei ril god4

for ,,liling 0o fuit l i n ra lpign0i h i ura li-
Nle0 i i,ri' '-. ,, Iol I %. 4- 1o', e-ncoil 1 1i fl
en pri.4 ot, m o-e1-e, liIt e erv,, i ri, ll|I l ) II thel
State ha' an intI mbu' I i' i wo lerint fu' tie

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We believe Gov. Broward's worst
enemies will say they believe him to be
conscientious in his efforts to carry out
the pledges he rnade the people during
his campaign. LDe Funiak Herald.
We believe eve-ry one will be willing
to give him cre,-dit for all the "consci-
en.siou.sness" he i. entitled to arnd this
ne'wspap.-r time and again has given
him credit for ,a ilo-irei to, do right Het
.-huld go into ,,no public" undertaking
that will r+equr ,- the- expenditure ,if 1,
much public itiio'y without le,'ii a o-,-
ltitiely t' ftriit; that /, i- -. ft, artid n iq,'.
.Iimrrcirir Iit th, ;t iI ;ihail r -'ihi'tre'
.;i T f-'r'or, ire ;r- 'i ''. I r... i, r i< it\, ar
'n ti r tm l -I. t it t. r .l cl i .- i'id
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Sil t irteit lit ;l- t irkl i. t ti i thave 'i

.I t l ti h' .l-;i,;,-, t o,' fo a i 't r i, uitlh

~l|'f'oare i jeridli t' lt i.' \ little ite' 'if tioney
th'' iha ini,, a i 0 a benl ifir'e' iie- n i
0i o h l i,. i l i ,i I I iiage lschei l'n l. r le l.wo

helieve it will .I, the -l t enoud
lt sides, iif it is ul oshed ovry inte r-
ple'.t in ltri-t will have to b t havxed te-
furnly the op roii- for a few millionth
befliores of dollar the little will of ound
they stillave in axed mo efre, in thain ov.
Broad feeil- hdrainat he musthee would
not eurn out an expnougenh tosive farce,ry a we
believe it will iti the end
BesideH, if it is pushed, every inter-
est in Florida will have to be taxed to
furnish (oii v liroward the million or

M r '. C ii' if Ie'fltre' iiill,
millions ow f dollars that will be foun s
ne'cenary to carry it on. Aret not Flor-
idiargnl taxed heavy enough nw, ora must
they still be taxed more, in that lov.
aBroward feels that he must be "con-
we(ien-iiou1i" enough to f array out a cainm-
paign promise e, which he must 1 ta ,i nr-

existing cirrni lstancet's.
Mr. IF. Vlenable, of I.. entrle Hii ll,
Sliir coIunty, stent several days rIe-
cently in Ocala, .ay thle manner:
"On Tuesday night at theiMonte.nia
hIotel was arl interesting group of i's-
teners to an acrount of hls trip to the,
Everglades Mr V'eraile, wrbillS, 1s
as well post, i ,on theu Kvc (lade s ash. ani
lanin I'oI r ri In \'2 he.spent t r00
nl .nths t,.i'here with a pir'. o-' srveyors
and hta8 visiteil that --cio s e l ver'"
tim ei00, sli e l sa\ I!, that th e 0 s'i'll,
,,f <;o lBroward I. fe',a-. le. That
tI ie i. ;i li (i< '0ieit Ifall Ii alkI it Itis-
i le,. 1ul ihai it w ill c,,-t i t l rg. e i
,o|' l ,, ,' ;i tid afte it I- di allied ;iy.,

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lt, )..op|.. 44oVf ',1,i ,. ;li, ;.ll0 1 1hi 11h -h,,ild kl I I. |" .-"lucltiv stil lth r 1 1- i L' ,
tan 1 t 110 an l thie Il- ot more l ii Ihall i ihenre
,o I,, .,,,#e |.. lit,,e eln,\d for (fl,- I ,0 i, h,, , i ,l,; ll;i ,e
Illh w I. ie \ t T I t illr lh, l 4 \ 11 o 1 i( i all If 1 1m 1 i Ill0 this ie lfor. lllik.lll6 : 1 d -.
, .'10ti ,I ri al ie i tuii iilg li 4- 'amliptigl i. i. ''i f how it v'OIteo. tlii .0 ;it i\ '.it ,l '
li it i t i iltoi WI'thet a mI istal ke ll ide1ia ti ie m illigi f the i v' vergl l e- .%I ill iot I g.I
, lit, \; ,1 I a n\ to \ New .imvivri Itir t 7.e
ie0 'vet lie' a." e, etiel 'i it ialoe1 ee '. ,, ni' ,
' If thII' nlerIms of this State' \ iiant tc
S .here. Wi'. I n iii- of i. i 'l.ill .-it llii' ie, .
hei ;, a lt ,, ft schemners put up ;i job lthat
'L" t I. I I 1.dd 11 111 1 it f.1 .1-t6-11 :111 l ".I

la'' 1 .l el ot, elie ,' e t l if drallllitage ile'e-
t iotMi % t3e- li ni,111 the- le'icst f h'lit-i. It
Itus n1ot lakci seio ui tly t that tim.'
Hini ni0w the public aretf indilnrg iut sonfile-
thitng about it, atil are being madee, toi
see it ti its true, light, and what will
coiniie out of his waste oif public moneys
in drainage will amount to. sentiment is
fast changing against it. and that same
sentiment in growing against him piMr-

monally and against his co-drainage
Yen, the people of Florida have a
right to know where the money in com-
ing from for that campaign thunder,
and neither the Governor or his gang
should feel offended when the informa-
tion is asked for. For heaven's sake
steer clear of getting youreelves mixed
up in mysterious ad funny things, done
on the quiet like the pmiu adminie-

in the future will bankiIruplt the' State',
thi'e cuIIhl nlot goi at it in ia bletteli wI.%
than ill Hiding and abetting the present
gigantic drainage schenie, which will
not only drain the Internial Improve-
ment fund of money, which will le only
a drop in the bucket, for it will take
millions of dollars, authorities say, and
every man who votes and works for it
helps to put another heavy tax burden
on a people who are already taxed to
death. Reader, just think a little Is
not your now very high tax burden just
about as much a you can bear. If the
propered amendment is adopted the
dra nage tax can, and there is no doubt
will, be asseessed against every one of
you. Do any one of you wish 6 or 10
cents an acre added to your land. Vote
against e dy idte for the Lea
lature who favo drinae, and
cat a vote in yourown andyour friends'

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truei information, are doling some seri-
ois thinking, and we believe. this time.
will vote against all sorts o(f scheming
tricksters and their schemes A vote;

cast for a member of the legislature
who will support the drainage scheme,
the insurance scheme, and maybe many
others, will be a vote to send men to
the Legislature to help further burden
and oppress the people, and truly some
big men and some big politicians are
trying to get enough of those kind of
men elected to the next Legislature.
You know who will vote in the Legiala-
ture in the interest of the people, be-
cause their only interests are in the
people; vote only for such.

Governor Broward is certainly a good
patron of Uncle Sam's potoffce de-
partment. -Palatka Timee-HeraWd.

The Bartow Record is the only paper
we know of that praises Governor Brow -
ard for his drainage graft The press
of Florida is against the Everglades
drainage scheme and the editors are not
being paid o) much per inch for their
editorials either.. Tallahassee will soon
become a first-class postoffice if Mr
Broward keeps up his present patron-
age of L'ncle Sam in purchasing stamps
to send out drainage literature. Lake-
land Sun.
The three shots copied abov' from the
Lakteland Sun .show- clearly how th-
**'ntinient i-s growin agait at t..e dr;.in-
age- board and their m ethodo f impo.-ini
the. drainage, of the Ev,.rp:aiie- uponii
th.e people ,f 'loFl,,r la, Wh, o ;ll, I ,,wv
taxtij alri,-t \eyoril er ,ii anre-'. A- it
will tak.t miany tim,- tlh anllIt (of
i,'ii t\ l i th.e I. F'und. ianl aft'-r all
t "e i:tril.- t e '',' ~i'A have al t ill iie1< t'i
;fii | t h -.y 1ill hay tf If r |o ,\'iJ.vil th l*r
ri,,ar.- toi 'itrryini z ,Il iliarii aL'f. ,iporia-
1 .fl 1;1h l that, too, fiojr I '.ve- i' r i I 'A -
aF i 'l 'i v r'a out a icat rli ai'i ,li l'dg
Of coui', .. the only way th.'.y ata
rai',' the rone'y will tlie y taxation,
aniri l vry pIroperty holIder it thi- State
will have. to lbear his pro rata .-ha r. of
it Ratify the administrationn, pro-
ps-o.d constitutional anieridrlent; vcte
for it if Vyiu will. Mr. Voter. ,ut re-
rnember. while you are doing it you are
voting an additional tax burden on a
people, who are now more heavily taxed
than they have been since the recon-
struction period. And for what? That
Napoleon Bonaparte Broward may keep
a campaign promise To gratify his
whims, must we be bankrupted and the
public money poured into a rat-hole,
which competent authorities say cannot
be drained? But admit that it could be
drained., every foot of it. even then it
is almost certain it cannot pos.sibly bring
back to the people near what it will
cost; and again, there is no doubting
that the dollars that have been spent
and which will be spent could be put to
purposes that would bring our people
more general good results., road-bulding,
schools, etc.
.Jut so sure as this scheme is per-
sisteid in. just so sure% will the people of
Florida he compelled to bow their heads,.
in shanie over wrongdoing that w ill
icomie out oif it; arid the'gfo Lerld knows
that -mi e official ac't, of the. lat't tI V
year lia e t'iornihheld us ",iolo t) to toe l
sa l ,v,.r. ID onl't lie' f0l,, -y tl Ie' c' i
iilr thitiriler that i-' li'irii att 'eriil
llo, l(|ral't ,v r i If it i r, ,- c 'oile flro )
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I NI 1 .',i ) ll | ,lit ill li t -.r l t 1 "

t r ... ie\,l( ,l th a r. l to twhir th r/ -l i ,
i'lo. lt io -+ tlh,,n n tw p,,v ,|f th,-, ;iise ..k ,lr

ple r0eiui the, newspapitrs, see'k after

ing to cost the people of the State
largely more than they can expect to
get out of it; that there are a number
of public improvements within the
bounds of the State that are of more
importance than helping Governor
Broward keep a silly and expexive
campaign promise, which they had no
idea of the enormity of. and that will
cost so dear if persisted in. Are tle
people to be further misled and fooled?
We believe not. Yes, truly, "water
will run down hill," and so will the I. I.
fund aso be drained to the bottom in J
downa-hil diretio if that onmetitut0r
amendment is adopted aMd mew
of graft Wi Axed ftr the triekate,..


When Attorney General W. H. Ellis
spoke at DeLand two summers ago, a
candidate for the position to which he
was elected, he impressed our people as
a mail of honesty and firm convictions,
and he has acted as such since his elec-
tion He had a hot time recently when
the ring at Tallahassee were givingAu t
the State printing at a price 4 eoube
what it could be done for by othAr
printing establishments The ring,
however. succeeded in letting the con-
tract to the Tallahassee shop, the Capi-
tal Printing <'o.. at an exorbitant price,
but not without a strong protest from
Elli-. It is said the State officials al-
oii-t c'.,e t)o blow-, over the matter,
ti.e Attiorii'y general taking the sideof
the peo.ple. anld tax payers The present
StaTe ailulimt.-ration is the most rotten
with v. %hhl Florida ha.- ever been af-
itlti-. t!;il i,'. Ell, is to) be commend-
ei-d :'or i,' +-t.,id he' i.- taking in behalf
of til pie ii,!.- Vliu.-ia Record.
N.ot \\ -- i" to -e** a wrong done arn
'i'e'. 1! af '.'.I illprre.'sion go uncor-
r., t e.i wvinl v. knowf it. we reproduce
tie ;aio\e t,, make a correction. The
a >le ,' i- prai'ti,';ll, c'lrre' t except that
1ie'ie'ial ill: ild nit conime nearly to
blow.- with his as.-iociate members of
the loiar The Big Man with the
boasted lpull. who for a few years has
been doing art i.tic work as State print-
er, stuck his mug into affairs, and after
S;eneral Ellis had warned him more than
once. was faced by the General, and
told in good plain English what he
might expect if he did so again. That
whole transaction-the awarding of the
contract from beginning to end, was
amusing. We are certain other mem-
bers beside General Ellis were heartily
disgusted, but he alone registered ob-
jections to things that did not look
right, and which were not the best
things that could have happened in the'
interest of the public good. General
Ellis, we believe, can be depended upon
at all times to do the right thing, and
we believe his associates would be bet-
ter off many times were they to take
his advice rather than haning on that
adviser of theirs in I 1. Fund matters.
Collier's Weekly very truly says "the,
day for politicians to decide contempt-
tious of the Jpeople, how ottfices shall be
filled i. passing fast The system
however, dies not without a struggle as
evidernced he'iieahbouts just now.
ThIu early, we are informed, aspi-
raInt- for tihe It llnti' ie ( 'o nlmmissioner-
sil)tl are at work. The bill providing
fir it- i'crevi tilhni w; 1. ill'dl during the
l,-t 1.e1i-.latiire. hut it i- qimllnilz again,
ail te' I- t w lillt ire thanlll oi public
%r ; 1, it 1h lrii.tlh t oi il,,ll' fr tlie 11tplum s
t ; / / i t I in *' in.' e car-
t" i '' -" ,t.iv- .*,' r ,t trie l ,iiw , tr- ucr-

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i,, nTi. ;,. it ,, ti' ll, 11 .11 e \ a; lli' ." it -a
-,t f -I i '-l- ""i r |il ' i ple li 01 ,

tIl* li '- l e '. 'lle we a t i (* lie I ''' er i t l -
t ,1' .0 Ji p .wlte-i. i , 1., W.Irti geIrt la allr
ill .' ,1 l cit', ai; e rt i \ ;i,, 'h ) e ollres, and

ti'itr' *a ,'h I, W I'lilnty tti hear him th

Ilr' r... the' i sa trriei. Wt e 'ili, think that

w tl ,l-k ,tli.ter. hut the itl might inotll
*t";i him el',e't hio' true a'ni l th ied to tll

,I,,i .e' ,, h ,t ti re'. tij 0, hiii\. a ud we are

A truth the' ivohates of drainage
havei to. and they have.'l told aery tfew
truths,, to a certainty-,. i- that "waterht
w ill run do-ln hill.' i but they have not

told the people tha t it is certain the

glades can ibe drained, and that it is go-



3JMM IL WMUPu busar.
v 55mSwB? !A7 NoRaNiN-o.
SmqLq.T Aam swric
La sark p (hr Pa.
aces) lver Semuda Might,
etetag MleadowINwag.
For several hammers the people of
our city have felt the uent aeeMity
Of a amdu# between Talnehase aad
our cost resorts, which wakld enable
the yon omem and ladle who work to
Ispend SuhdSy a the Gulf and return in
tm for= buine Moday morning. To
nmet this demand the G. F. & A. Ry.
has put in operation, effective April
21st, a special train kaaving Tallahasse
at8: p. m. every Saturday night for
Lanark and Sopchoppy, and returning
' leave Lanark a 5:11 a. m. and Sor-
choppy at 5:87 a. m. Sunday and Mon-
day morning, arriving in Tallahassee
in time for breakfast. The rate from
Tallahassee will be $1.15 for the round
trip, and every effort will be made by
the officials of the road to insure com-
fort and pleasure to ourpassengers.
F. P. WOODWARD, T. F. & P. A.
If Tea Dea't
succeed the first time use Herbine and
you will get instant relief. The great-
est liver regulator. A positive cure for
constipation, dyspepsia, malaria, chills
and all liver complaints. Mr. C-, of
Emory, Texas, writes: "My wife has
been using Herbine for herself and
children for five years. It is a sure
cure for constipation and malarial
fever, which is substantiated by what
it has done for my family." Sold ball
rou^^^" m^

Weoa* n Ales to Be.
It is said that one of the points made
by Judge Stephens over in the Third
district against Mr. Lamar, whoe Job
as congressman he wants, is that that
gentleman is "rich." A hefty argu-
ment, truly! We are not rich, but we
are mighty anxious to be and we opine
that Jndge Stephen is of thesameway
of think about his own case. The
man who do 't want to improve his
material fortunes is of precious little
account, as a general rule, for he has
neither energy or ambition, and without
the" he is vary nearly nothing as a
useful human factor. The more rich
we have the better for us all, a propo-
sition as obviously true as its oeenverse
that the more poor men we have the
worse for us all. It is a pretty hard
old world at beat, but would be a much
harder one but for the brains and ener-
gy that create wealth, that make
money and enable us to interchange the
products of our labor on profitable terms
to ourselves. It is the rankest dema-
gogy that denounces the rich merely be-
cause they are rich, and it is an appeal
which can never be effective except
among the most ignorant, stupid and
unthinking people.-Live Oak Demo-

Economy Fence I i
If you intend to do Fene.
ing, it will pay you to see
m before purehain.
I am General Azent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very
BEST and
Can be built for less than
16 cents a Rod.
William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville, - Florida.

Built to order at

crat. reasonable prices.
Made Happy for Life.
Great happiness came into the home One now ready to deliver, size
of S. C. Blair, school superintendent, at axle 3J, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
St. Albans, W. Va., when his daughter inches.
was restored from the dreadful com-
plaint he names. He says: "My little All kind of General Blacksmith-
daughter had St. Vitus Dance, which ing and repir work done prompt-
yielded to no treatment, but steadily ly and at reasonable prices.
grew worse until as a last resort we
tried Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to Horse Shoeing
say three bottles effected a complete
cure." Quick, sure cure for nervous A Specialty.
com plaints, general debility, female
weaknesses, impoverished blood and 1x A
malaria. Guaranteed by all druggists. W H. Adkinson,
Price 50c. A
See JohnCollins for Job Printing. New Shop North of Kemper Stable.

Don't Forget VanBrunt &Demilly

when looking for good values.

White Lawns ------------ 5,8, 10, 121, 15 and 20c
White Waist Goods and P. Ks,------........ 10, 12k, 15 and 20c
36 inch Silk Warp Eolienne in white, black, pink, blue, tan
and silver gray, these goods are worth 65c per yard,
we are offering them at, -------.---------......... ---50c
A Fine Line of Ladies Short Sleeve and Strap Under Vests,

at----. .


-- ----- --- .---.-. 5, 10, 15 and 2c.

Children and Misses Short Sleeve Under Vests, at --------.
----- -- --- 10, 15, 20 and 25c.



The BIGGEST SALE ever witnessed in our Capital city will occur at the
establishment of the

Dealer In
L. C. YAEG ER, eardwan..
Stoves. Tinware. Wagons, Carriages,
L Plumbing and Plumbers Supplies.


friday and Saturday, May 18 and 1I
We will offer on these dates our entire stock of merchandise, comprising
of $10.000.00 worth of
at absolute COST. Bear in mind, THIS IS NO FAKE SALE and at a glance
can tell that our prices are way down cheaper than you have been paying.

3 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can .
2 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can .
2 lb. Can Table Peaches, per can ..
3 lb. Can Pie Peaches, per can .
2 lb. Can 1st quality Sugar Corn, per can
2 lb. Can 1st quality Peas per can .
Fancy Columbia River Salmon, per can
Choice Alaska Salmon, per can .
American Sardiries, Fresh goods, 5c size, for
Although the price is very low, there is nothing wrong
just received. All fresh stock. How can we sell them at th
dosen't matter.
4 Cans Potted Ham for .
3 Cans Veal Loaf for .
3 Cans Corn Beef Hash for .
4 Cans Vienna Sausage for .
20c Cans fresh Tripe for .
1 lb. Cans Corn or Roast Beef for

Best Sugar Cured Hams, pound
Best Sugar Cured Picnic Hams, pound
Best Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon, pound
Frankfort Sausags in oil, pound .
p Dry Salt, Rib Bellies, pound
Dry Salt Plates, pound -
Dry Salt Butts, Pound -
Fancy Pattern Flour, half bbls -
Fancy Pattern Flour, 24 lb. sacks -
Fancy Pattern Flour, 12 lb. sacks
Fancy Pattern Flour, 8 lbs., for
Shoes and Oxfords, a
Men's $1.50 Shoes for -
Men's $2.50 Shoes for -
Men's S3.00 Shoes for
Men's S3.50 Shoes for -
Men's $5.00 Shoes for -

with the goods.
ese prices? Well


II Kinds and Sizes



Builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods'




1 5c

1 5c

S 15c
S 16c
- 09c
07 ',

- $4.00




Confectioner E Crocer
PinIC s.

Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 32.

o0. W. ILcn.

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Plas mad Upoelleatlest fratohed. All kinds of buldlngs pleam e
Ma easmtructd aoeordla to the l atet laprevod methods.
UI Work-Mansfaetua re of all kinds of rough and drmesel rNub
m lea, stair rals, balmths, porch oolumm, brackets, mastel4a sM
bmw sawl ernammats d tuned aad sere M wek ef eve"y u u
US. Brk. aime ad Cemaemt fee ale.

A orders wilM reave prompt
to e at eda a ery partloalau.
O*e hobe ad LMob Tae om

attentlem. We g asatwoe eww
Prices reasomabla
Seaboard Air Usaa. e O *n& 4
P. 0. On 6

Ladies and Childrens Shoes in same proportion. Dry Goods and all othe
Goods just as cheap. We deliver all orders in the city,.that amount to $1.00.
Are you going to take advantage of this? Remember, A DOLLAR SAVE]
Successors to the popular firm of R. E. HIGHTOWER.




I)scharee Notie.

Use the king distance telephone, N( '*( IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT B 1
tiNn months after the date ut at h6 M .
Connections cn be iven to any point ,ion herth.f, I willter nt my final sinu
on the Sout1i ,rnBaUystem. IPublic (,nty Jud li ,f 1 county. PFirlt.-5e
long distancqlpIolione at Central office: I ffo y ,li.hare a 4d,diniatrttr Jtkb .ins
Coupon ticdp books sold at a discount of Henry J. kiharum. decasm.
ApIly at Telephone office. Th A. W.
-tf W L MOOR, Manager. Tallahaue. F.l.. Stnbtr Is 18- le1




JOHN G. COLLINS, Publisher.
H'l sI f P1 ) I I F F iiY I PI II'A Y %tI(fN INt.
Ace' ,Tdiriv tto, I 'iina trkh fr'.ri If 1(4-
lIInd, a J Iif ;'- ;! :,". dv ., v I r I I
Jove' is. ljntit to, to,,,( it. asrI ;t' :ro' in -
clired to lv ?# 1? t,'-I ,,- I 'll, if thait
jur -v jr(,-it;I .I4W.''#'4'-144r.

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GRAND PICNIC Church Noticeii.
As lum"A's Per aw PWS-G"Vomr ~Trinity M. KE. 'huuvh, South, W. M.
Broward to Speak. PPoawe, Pastor.,-i Sunday at 11
If', ij N.Br4wra..&aia'#: *m. anti 7.:'.il p. in. Junior Farp-
Do :r Sir We.1, ~to- VtidtV -#I that there %krt~h Lage :.imp o m. Senior Fit-
wi Iw a,'; picnic sut .Mijnmni.4y YPond on %%.rt h'ue-. I4pip,.Ini. All rnernb&r-4
'dl w 'iI', May " 1!#(0;, and Ihav.- 'the- .ri'41.J4mtopf W'I t fftlr~ill I h' tiilitc an(]
li,'.r ti jr I, viti ',o- 11, Iv ;r#,Pdrit On 4J'4 llitt"l t' h.i
I hat 'dcci4R1 JIM Arid Frrak e u..4 an add r"- wth Urn V Itrft.0 ,latr
Allvit~or if o.,ri vw i~t' v arl al. Allil worihij. .. rh hi- I 4.' at the~
JI) IT Ii I14V'()I J,11 :.? a'' I vl I v14 OF.(144 0 '4 h-7 y,'Firt Baptist. ( ti irl urdl', I )ay, May
6th, the rroin, irw~ at 11 odilock andl
I l.'J.'( (I V.a i#o fin the *v4'rnIv at 7 ; I '. Tht ser-
.14''~l %o'' ~ Dii o wu bjet t ''1or tlb.-' 1,1r i .7' ,ll hour w ill
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1< Ifv. Lo J'r'l'-e S.1U eI 'A 1i ,1 h ,,ilij;ni,.t4,redl and

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V#11111I1117.',._' C ristian Scii-rics- Serv ic's art, he-ld
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The Life Insurance loet wo-.'ni thehi' 'ur- iof" III andi 12 o'cl'ock
twidllo14. a i sthtrto Ilie public it OIwhlk. a. tit All are rortliallY invited.

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DAWSON BOATWRIGIilT. was over. how came it to become ia lw. YbySkkn an
B. F. PAGE. A ge'ntleinian informrned me that Mr TIE 8 AAUATEEI
lasmar antil to him: "I can I e of' S ur on.......
For Supervisor of registration of vice to vtou in this mittter," and the
Electors. K'entleman said that Mr. aliamar afte r- as s ....s the ye. le dlNe S t 1i U 11 speNo1
(Vote for one.j_ .... . .- I wards tela him what he had *lone, The i W
S. P. CHAIRES. idl olthlier. tottrringK on their brink of
For Justice of the Peace, District No N. he iate'r hr, s place. 'Aitew telir a e offea *o o dcapi tal c i y
(Vote for one.)leas e'r t urdin, the i t adu ..rphan D3.
(Vote for one.) must make their crunt of bread just a R EMD
JOHN BROWN. I little' smaller. and the ipor of our land THE CNIDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
ForJustceof the Peace'. District No 12 Imust shl'e' just s litt' cedler in winter bsee is Ntie*. eswas* **Tcv*oTim*.
(Vote for one) on account f the aeove increased ex- Nole. uIC1 NERP.nV GIvEN TO AL. ('CRKI T aVISPAN n;S L Ye sMt BC *
r. o ne... pe'nie And "the pe|Iople will under. a 1t, lows t-satn--M trlbtmes of twheestat Bellard-Snow Liniment Co. I
J. R. M-ILEl. stand these things very clearly a Harrts D. Hartt. b oIse to"nm.ty,. *T. LOVUs. MO.
.... JIEreRaN I) STKPHI:Ns. itrd. and to all : r: vtag elolp or do.
Call on F. M. Isrumby and let him ,, .,,,t .. tt o et e FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
surprise you at the low priven he will 11%33wB .fiA th'layof Augue. ioSoherwwealU uhteiMn
ve you In new and .a'rocnd-hand Furni- A Ior *mnd will ho fuW' *VW. Harr. i Me's ists, nice line. going cheap,
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THI TRUE D MOCILAT. tRPLT TO W. 3. LAMAR. Oppo ales of Graft. office They may none of them be re-
We cannot remember to have ever elected, and th people should provide
JOHIN COLLISm. Psblishe. Marianna, Fla, May 1, 19(. seen or hard of any law or pro~ ed safegards, not sed especially at the
-- Editor True D.mow,'rt. 'lallahassee, Fla. law that offered as great facflite for present board, but at any men who may
PUBLISHED EVERY FRI)AY MORNING, My Dear Sir and Friend: Mr Lamar, graft as are afforded by the act under succeed them, i that unlimited
in replying to an article in your paper which the drainage tax has been a- opportunities for graft will always at-
written by myself, states that it iM be- ssed; and by the proposed amendment tract grafter., and the people will not
The Iverglade Scheme. lived by him that some one other than to the Constitution authorizing drainage know who are grafters and who are not
SCould you own all Flworia. from I ,n t Dad.. myself wrote the article I wish to in- work. Opportunities are offered to all until too late.
APd =an power in your upan, form Mr. Lamar that the article was who engage in the work, from the Every man in Florida who is opposed
o totrusts the, "gvrl written by me and that this one also is drainage commissioners themselves to tograft should vote against this amend-
Aadb Mial T Your sur frfm uo'w~ other man
d 'm dry with a drydrge.or a poor, written by the same hand, and when I the day laborers who will work with a meat. Those who favor drainage should
M til-tdof brin.rotid bhe found, said "The greater part of his interests pick, shoel and spade. vote against it and let the work wait
Al busmp *even themani"nthe. m appear to be in Georgia and not with Whatasplendid opportunity the drain- until t can proceed under another
T 't resn in In" in the around. the people and district that elected age commisaloners would have. They measure, surrounded with proper safe-
Andg the turpentine ers, him, I had good reasons for making would have full power in every respect. guards. -Times-Union.
Or tt up a mill or something out the.. the assertion, and invite an interested They would have authority, but no ob- Sat Ce A r Tw Te
it nothins but ralain of hbee. and efIlected public to bear witness. ligation. They would be authorized to Sta Cared After Twea Tear*
latl thepreyou'd mak ee'vwy. Mr. lA mar says: "My critics will do the drain e work- they would not of Tortwre.
In the ot h et hoir; nd some trouble in successfully attack- be comanuuWd For more than twenty years Mr. J. B.
butndrainelshthewe'sneither,ifv ver'tis.Aved. ing my record here when tried by the The State house officials who would Massey of 3322 Clinton street, Minne-
Beet bu farm in Wakusa.o rrand, facts. Now, Mr. Lamar wrote from constitute the drainage board could at apolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica.
And live to yourelf in piesure and Washington, and I am not in a position once engage in the work, or, if they The pain and suffering which he endured
Lwe ytome h downwhee a thre' say just what kind of "record" a were pid enough, could postpone it in- during this time is beyond comprehen-
wI huatlt's a stranger and w ares are un. Congre-sman must have up there in or- definitely. There is nothing in the pro- sion. Nothing gave him any permanent
known, der to be "successfully attacked," but posed amendment that fixes any time relief until he used Chamberlain's Pain
And burdenosdfli rare so few, here in the Democratic South we find for the work to begin or that really re- Balm. One application of that liniment
ou'll re bettr in life youo. no "trouble in successfully attacking" quires it to begin at all. relieved the pain and made sleep and
bettr tortiveussomnerodad str. Mr. Lamar's "record," for when he They could create one drainage dis- rest possible, and less than one bottle
AS wr~ stmtim onto wrhos. deserted Democracy and adopted pure trict, or ten, or a hundred, and they has effected a permanent cure. If
'rln buar your mind with unr.srnale tf~.- Republicanism along with Dingley, Me- could run the lines of these districts to troubled with sciatica or rheumatism
LOfad MininhSndryfing u aeor,. Kinley and others relative to "protec- suit themselves. It would be in their wh not try a 25-cent bottle of Pain
arm on the lindl you now have, tion for the sake of protection, we power to run the lines so as to include Balm and see for yourself how quickly
Iay your s whem* upwiththe "ha. bnu'.." find no "trouble unsuccessfully attack- any land whose owner would pay them i relieves the pain. For sale by all
nd try suo nr polit al salv ing" his "record.' When Mr. Lamar to include it or exclude any land whose ruggists.
.t ,, r .. voted "protection for the sake of pro- owner would pay them to exclude it. -----
UNOFYICIAL BALLOT. tection' against American subjects for And after having decided on the boun- l sameBa News.
American subject(,. the grarid,-st people diaries of the drainage district or dis- I lamonia, April 30 --On the 17th inst.
Democratic Primary Election to be on earth, in favor of the trusts and tricts, they could certify to themselves Mrs. J. M. Ferrell visited her parents
held May 1t, 1906, in Leon County, against the people, he de.merted lDemo- any land in these districts as subject to at D)ogwood, Fla. Mrs. G. T. Brown
Floridti Make a ro X mark e- principles and adopted Repub- the drainage tax whose owners would returned with her and remained till the
Florida. Make o hcro adi(X)at arkf 9u lianism. iHe voted against the inter- not pay to be exempted, or they could Sunday following
fore the name of the candidate of your e~nts of nearly all of the constituency omit any land from the land to be taxed On the Sabbath just named there was
choice. of hMi district I whose owners would pay to have them preachingi at Spring Hill by the pastor,
Mr Lamar makes consile.rable. oast omitted. Rev. W. C. Embry. The congregation
For Representative in Third about his action in the, Swa.v n. ,;e, but A boardof giafteis could easily make was verare .
District. all who are in 'osse.nsior, of th. facts an $50,(000) a year for each member out of iMr and MIrs McEo living near
(Vote foron they were. at th.e time of the trial, the position of drainage commissioner, Hith age church, visit Bainbrdge on
WILLIAM LAMA It. know that Mr. L.amar is largely re- and, since grafters have been elected to the 6th instant, so as to be at the re-
JFFE.RSAMN 1). IM iN. sprinihle for Swayne,'s acquittal. lie office in other States, what certainty union and memorial service of the Con-
JEFFERSON D). STEM'IIENS drew the- arty lines and the R-pul,- have we that they would not be elected federate veterans, as Mr McEloy is an
For Railroad Comrnmissioner. li'ans vote, tlo a'uit Swayne.. When in Florida? old Confed.
(Vote forwo the' first ballot was taken iin the' il *use We makenocharges against the pres- The heartof our Sunday School super-
T.ot MA Je_ Artwo) EAit was riearly iitninous for's ent board, though we do not believe inte.ndent, Uncle Billy Dickey, was
THOMAS J. A''I.EYARIl). imtpachirnent, lout when the last iallit that any men are good enough to be muth rejoiced by the large crowd that
ED. B. BAILEY. was. taken other were not vote suffic- trusterl with such unlimited power But attended and took part i the Sunday
-- EWTON A. LITCH. I ent to have Ileched Swayne hal the' the present board will not always ie in School at Bethpage on yesterday, the
.. IIWT()SN A. ltlt.l''(ll li e' t,,us e' hen the'. ,npec',hing body, it r,,-
R .IIIU)SON BIKtI. quiring mreore Ithan a slight majority to -
For Justices of the Supreme Court i ni ,''p h '"The peiopl., will
(Vote for two.) these things very clearly "
Mr. ar says: "Again, I have' GILMORE DA
THOMAS L. (I.ARKKE done all in my power for the river and
ICHIARI.ES B I'ARKIIII, harbors in the Third (Congresionmal dim-
JAMES i1. WIIITFIEID. trict Now Mr. I.amar admits the' GR S A
I. hi truth of my asmsertion when he admits
For State Senator, 1th Senatorial Dim- that he has been a "Congre.ssional fail-
trict. Iure," for all know that he has done (Inco* poi ated.)
(Vote for one.) practically nothing. Both of the other
JOHN W. HENID)ESON. ('ongremiontal districts ara re,.'eiviAg CTO A B
pl Wlr priations for the' iniprorve '.rrint cf CONTRA CTORS AND BU
WILL.IAM A. ItAWI.S their coast Mr. namar says: ''I have
For Members of the House of i.epre- edone' all in my power Then Mr La- And Dealers in
sentatives. mar carn ldo nothing and should lbe ro-
(_Vote fortwo.) tlted 'out of the position which he' prac'-
"-W. F BANKS." .. ..ti'.lly a ielits is too much for him.
W MBAT NAKTS.F Ii Mr. iamar is trying 'ver htardl t H A R D W A R
G_ IL.BERT HAHTSFIEI.I). mtrke, the' people believe' that he in
W. N. KEITH. fighting the railroads in their interest. I)oors, Sash and Blindls., Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experie]
.. ... lt I wish to quote from his sMpelech
W. I VASN i)s,. at WHahiiigtton. )C r in th,e iusin'ss,. (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the so
S_ .MAY WALKER of t.elporeserntative,. F"ehruary 7, and perform all that is required of us in this line. We also make
A S. WELLS. I1Hl,, as r'eporl.lI to the. Ne.w ork
American, anild ,iappieiarel in it- colue mri-
For (,ounty Am ,,m(, or of Tax,. F ,, NIehi ,teti v h, 19i-1,. Mr. Iiir r .sim I dL: '-I
(Vote f'orone.) aim reiV marksrs ait nle ilrtunIl, mar P L U M B I N C
WILLIAM 0. AMES. M i C'lh.ii i in I have- some ofl mnvy goel
For County Tax Cill.c. tor. I inisai rng them, rtilraentlenn. and as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position
S,'fee of rini relatives are, engaged in
(Vote for one i) r.irailrndg. 'wn stocks and tiInsfi, and sanitary g W. A I)EMIl..Y. are' n'rlivetly e.ngagdl in the manage'- rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.
I) W. IREDID. mentf r thom' e corlorations, I would
Sinott reflect upson them, anlid I have no
For (ounly Ireaasurer r,.-lth.-tin to make iupon tany of those
(Vote for one.) elitiri ti.ehe'l gentlemen in the laidl,
JOHN E. PERKINS. imny eof whom I honor ftir their high
seeneDri 91 position, their rent character *
For (,uritry (',eNi ,se.Nor,I listirict 'i r g,''lt minds and their great na ili- P r in t a n d ro sp er
Ne tie's I fre'e'ly e'eona'e'e' it. and I i P rin t a n d P roster!
(Vete for eronie'l f i ettns, f' inHlife r.'t charIge,
WIlLIAM (ItO)lII'tS nothing thitt will reflect uLpon tiny ritil-
E. C. MI8MITII. ,ntal ,,i) f tha. cr'euntrstyo. See John G. Collins About Your J
For County ornriiesslmi er. l t ,ti n't o,, ,l t r',.alilv .pe ,rceave' that Mr I.t
p tor Ne nN j i,,4 i to ,Ihold titn ei 1 irviler..sie,;i Everything New and Up-to-date In Machinery
v, t. ,',r ,cIN'. tee h e ,dtl,, .f h,,i i edtrct,. st; a'd"t he', OGrades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Best I
w. J. .IIINSON. A^nl te, ruiher, show that e., h,,s ,,,,t Know How to Use Them. These essentials assui
",'ut ttt rife't il ,ii,,,, ,, v ,',in,,',a ,,,itil tii ,r T ry u s.
(For C(ounty hoitnissiitII. iitrt't thln to 'Intrl '' t I 'et sti te that I l e ,AulllW'k
N,,.. :1 lenj S. ill,,. .t Mananont.atitirnet All Work proptly dono whon promlsid. Wa mlov
( Vote for one.) f,,r the I. & N railre e. is tl,,ing all
J. W. ('O)I.LINS. that he' '.S to se'.ure Mr, l.taniar's '.l.c RINTIN OFF I
-- JLion nril is op|>iri e' viith all it htt,, COLLINS' JOB P NTINI N N1 OFFl CI
ahilitie'. A di "''the' I pie' will un.I.r-
Fur County (om'nimnisiner. Iltsrict i ttid these t hinge ery clarlv CALL PHONE; SEB AND OBIT
No. 4I. Mr. l.arear was at T'allnhha>sh'e<|lrin tg
Vote for one.) n pirtion of the last seHsson ,f the State
L. A. ROBERTS I.e'ginslture', n hill waII intrxasutred slua'e'ei
--- ). T( T MIIIir th' III th use of Ie' rese'nltatiyve to in-
W. C). STOUTAMiler. ,e reae' the salanrie's State'. Attorneys, The t Laxative GI
For County Commn.iot>cr. I)istret land we who o|posedl the hill e'eured its
No. r,. adefe't., t.ut it was piie,.,,i.ntly intreo- that a0oC .*Ol srip'
(Vote for oler.) eltm'e'd in the Sennte and passed that
W.A.REGISTER ee!'. T'l'he'ni,,nttwa re',,rrne'el tee the 1 eusee )r na, mate. L xtwVif ve lrAit SVy T;
FPor Member of Board of I'uhlir In- bill tried again t defeitt it, hut it Pleasant t take. XUA tiv F S a
struction. )iHtraet No. I pasMe1l andl became a law andI will eo'st
jVote for on..) the State of Florida $lj.INNI in t wentyv w P s9
JOHN H. PI'ATTE'RSON years. eer the surn cft 1IN. r annu,., B, J, BSOND Wj-x B' 8
For Member of uoard of 1'a1d 1' In-s, at te tam.e, t I was r,.e'lialely in- Cream
.. truction, District No <. formal after I rturne tee Marianna.

lob Printing I
and Type, the Best
nks, with Men who
res the Best results.

ir disappoint you.
, Telephone Building,

Stomach and Liver
trouble and
p Ch-onic Constipation.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,


General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience ..

A portion of the public
patrondee I so limited

Fine stationery, half price, at R. J.

The school is Invited to14ia ina union
Sunday School picnic at Thomasville on
Friday, May 4.
It is said that one of our most popu-
lar young ladiesof Meridian will be mar-
ried thi wek. Our best wishes are
extended in advance to the happy
MIms Owens will finish her month of.
teaching the public school at Strickland
and return to her home next Friday.
The dry weather isdoing harm to the
crops. Neither the corn nor the cotton
planted is coming up as it ought.
Dr. A. M. Manning, who was reported
to he dang ill, is re ed to be
improving in heth. We op e will
pass the crisisandsoon beup and about.
Was Waatta Away.
"I had been troubled with kidney dis-
ease for the last five yeas," writes
Robert R. Watts of Salem Mo. "I
lost flesh and never felt well, and doe.
tored with leading physicians and tried
all remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foley's KidneyCure and
less than two bottles completely cured
me, and I am now sound and well."
During the summer kidney irregulari-
ties are often caused by excessive drink.
ing or being overheated. Attend to the
the kidneys at once by using Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by all dealers.
Wm. W. Lyon, of Palatka, a civil
engineer in the employ of the city on
sewerage work here, is registered at
the Brown House.-Gainesville Sun.
Mr. Lyon, as civil engineer, did similar
work in this city and made friends with
our people. Gainesville is fortunate in
having both he and Mr. Beeman en-
aged in her sewerage improvements.
They are both conscientious, painstak-
ing. and we believe will carry out their
contracts to the full satisfaction of that
Sore Nipples.
A cure may be effected by applying
Chamberlain Salve as soon as the
child is done nursing. Wipe it off with
a soft cloth before allowing the child
to nurse. Many trained nurses use this
salve with the best results. Price 25
cents per box. Sold by all druggists. *

/Is CO.,


nee of 35 years in the Building
uth) enable us to guarantee,
a specialty of

to furnish the latest improved
workmen and according to the

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Ke The Internal Improvement Fund is what will be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board !

JOIN G. COLLINS, Pabllmber.


/ I N eriam.
Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom
has seen fit to take from the home of
f.' one of our brothers his most precious
friend on earth, the one to whom he
looked for encouragement and guidance
in his younger days and who always
was a source of inspiration to him,
Therefore, be it resolved by the mem-
hers of the Tallahassee Lodge, No. 9137.
ot the Benevolent Order of Elks, that
we learn with deep regret and sadness
if the death of Mrs Eliza T. Spiller,
the mother of our beloved brother, Ar-
thur G. Spiller While We hbow in hum-
ble submission to the will of the Gran'i
Exalted Ruler of the LUniverse yet we
are not unlmindfu! of the great loss sus-
6 tainted by our brother andi the vacant
place in his home that never can be
tilled, and we extt nd to him our sincere
sympathy in his sad bereavement. The
unpublished gifts to des-erving charity
and the genial good fellowshill folr
which the Brothernood of Elks stand
were characteristics in the life of this
good woman \We knew her as one of
the brighest and most cheerful women
of our city, bringing sunshine and hap-
piness in the lives of others by her no-
ble Christian character and unselfish
Resolved further, that a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the minutes
of this lodge and that copies be fur-
nished our brother and the local papers
for publication.
W. S. McGuyrt,
W. B. Crawford,
F. A. Burch,
Stop Grumbling
if you suffer from rheumatism or pains,
for Ballard's Snow Liniment will bring
quick relief. It is a sure cure for
sprains, rheumatism, contracted mus-
c es and all pains-and within the reach
of all. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00. C R.
Smith, Tehana, Tex., writes: "I have
used Ballard's Snow Liniment in my
family for years and have found it a
fine remedy for all pains and aches. I
recommend it for pains in the chest."
Sold by all druggists.
A Show Down.
As among the candidates for the Sen-
ate and the House for Leon county how
are the people going to vote? ( Can they
vote advisedly and intelligently when
all these candidates for the House save
one, appear like clams-- silent as the
tomb, as to what they stand for. I
shall vote only for the one who has al-
ready shown his color. anri given his
attitude i his arinnoultcerilent I will
vote for no man in the dark at thbi
critical time in our State'.- history. the.e candidates define their p aI -
tionls upon the hustings or through the
per's andl tell th(ie l-elople' titi-ii ht: hoI w
they" st....ii ot,1 the .lt 'v.%.f iiles ,ilainatv
; i 1) on tthe -' i. il-ara'ni t -'t" l ir es.
Tih'.-' arte ti IW siuarii(efi ilet.
It"'. ioi t it to aI liiy it '- no If() 1. ) t,,
Il t ai o ,i I nit' up1 t, t i a 11 tc t, i ,ler irw
In) ,,ihlat cttntle.rui ,i. Ii l.ettair t,, ht
Ith ,' aI!e tltIIll otf 1 i rr,~a '!p', tt ;Il\ I' 1 t" it
l' -h'l'l tlll g 1,0 1i, l ll l O ranl- il l -,' l l
I l tl t', lli)(loo ). I .\T Il

Had a Close Call.

\%i'ting the ,reroval of ;i ma.lignant ili-
c( r as k'ivr e as I. l;t(!. f" tlil\ nitdlivi;-
telr'- hill, w as ]i ,i hev i t li ; h, a p li.-
C -;ttl)in t liucktin' Artnica i kt S Ie t a
A,. ('. Stickel. 4of M iletIi-, \W "I'r .i
.l-,t 'ylt UI 'a t' t th S'al e' ,',)rpif't,]\
4'tr',il it I'll',,- i ':it-, I'ti ri an i -
jur i a 2' at ;i ;e i lrii .i-t -
Let It Be Clean.

a For *



See that you mark your ticket
like this:
For Railroad Commissioners.
Vote for two.


r"reloesure Sale.
and by virtue of a decree of forechloure and
aale rendered on the 19th day of April. A. D. lai.
by the Circuit Courtof the Second Judicial Circuit
of Florida in and for the county of Leon. in chan-
cery sitting. in a certain cause pending therein.
wherein James Stratton. Robert G. i'errell and
Anthony Vaughn. as trustee- of Charles Sumner
Lodge. No. 24, Knights of Pythia<. are complain-
ants and James Edwards is defendlant. I will nllI
at public outcry before the count) Court H'oupaI
doair. in the cat) of Tallaha.-e- in said count toi
the highest bidder for cash., in the' ith day aa une.
A D. l.t1,. all those ceraia I'e. ,e o" p rcels, of
lanil situate, ly aning an .nsaitl '~ known
anil described l l follow. ,, i mt t lanrcin at a
pIoint .FA feet west tf )iutUhea-'t t-,rn ,if loti N, ".
in the NorthAelt Adlltvli t,,o 'tuarity, whici, .a
thIe lint of It winninii. thean I l t i.-- 41 feet.
i nthent, rulth lit feel iiitrd ", at: ,-. hence<0 1i 1t -1 ittnc n ramth 4 ftet nitna n he'- a Ih ne.i e.-t
_'I f e.t. ani l theiace t soiut l l k .tjii ii aint- It
illht'' I' iaa'wiainiang. ari 'i- tlai'ni'llKt at It
1 1',, t .', feret ,e t .n, the I I. i ,, ,f I,,
SN 11 in il Ni ,-rthkt-,' i 'tlithitit, h nii lha.
t|tii a' f la' In'g ii lim thl ta I ll \i t '-% i f,''lt. I lrla a'l
lnrtrlh I li l'tf titi 'a in t lla- ','t., i i. -t- I! 4-,f,'
a; ,.l t ,' irr t ,r l ir r fia i ; -.,t l L' *, t, I-. I l:t. a !
le-5tlh ri'e> I'ntt t'iha 'r ti .1I, \ I.t 1 i I, I-
I' 11 i 1 1 \l i h-

.\.'I,' i- lia 'iti) Cit l'O ti, t i'ii .'it -. l'Ir '.'t''-
tiini. h ll-t l llute ff- llt' e'-'tri'' ,4 I llaNt i '( Itill -
iin i,*', a' I-' IN. at rf I N ,'. i ) I ,, iite t ii
aill pi. n "' i-.- la\ ia"i .IMlt .ii- 1 it ii' raii itaitlli-t -t t iI
..' ta te. I-, p l *I llt it-. 1' Il l I | i. i t il th III
t\Mi t -ur'., floml thi0 ,hdat t i t ".21 h ,lti uf -' rl
ilt. A li I 1 *i. art al 'i at l -', h th, i lint t ill Ii',
lit r a it el
\\ A IlMIIl. l.N
A ,lItiii-t ltit I.r i, f tiha h -tial ,i, ltar t Sta- t ia 'r.

Carrabelle Items. See J. IU Cay when ylou \wish toe buy
t'arrabelle, Fla., May 1, l'.1w Ap a nice hor e or'any kindl of vehicle. He
cello Porto. a Greek sailor in the will give you the best at the closest
schooner Daisy S., of Apalachicola, ac- price.. 51-tf
cidentallv shot himself Sunday, April
2~th. at Bilue 'reek. In taking a shot- Politica Announcements.
gun out of the yawl the hammer struck
the side of the boat, discharging it; the [Announcements will w piublimshe under tn h
entire load entered the right hand and 1al* until after thte 'riaiar F:tec iation at V.'
abdomen, killing Porto instantly i.tltne', for the ful tinaa'
The Daisy S.'s crew of three men T, I le Of L, County:
and another schooner's crew were eve
witnesses to the sad accident. Ca t. I hereby announce my) candidacy for the position
Felice Tiro, of the Daisy S., proceeded of State Senator framn the Eiwhth Senatorial Dis.
for Apalachicola at once. but with a trict. To you I .ubmit the question of my oiuati-.
light head wind it took until Tuesday nations ta repr"sentt yu in that capiacit)'.
morning to reach Carrabelle Justice leIf nteinatll by the l.asen 'rati' torimlary4 anl
eha.att. I shati devote nmy lw 1t t.'-.arts ba your serv-
of the Peace ('. T. Wathren was noti- e,, anil your interest' aind welfare shall tw myin
fied After thoroughly investigating oile ons.ileration.
the matter he ordered the body uriedJOHN W HNDERSON
on Dog Island.
Mr. J. R. Powell, of Lakeland, Fla., for Mo se or Reprnesaktivec.
was a prominent prospector this week. To the Democratic Voters atf I, n ')County
Mr John Allen got his right leg wiaer foer the Honnuneof Rpreen rtative.l a tilajet
mashed seriously by the fly-wheel on t,, thet, aion of the Denoi ratic Primary
the Sisters last Friday. Dr. 1. B. Blount vox I'opr i
dressed the woun( and reports Mr. T.. th V'-otaers f l..a4 n It,,nit>
Allen getting along nicely, though he I herebiy annouuclue vaNa..If as a 'andilliatt' for
will be confined to his room several me.mtwr of the Hose' of Rr'tnta frin
I.eoan acoity in the nixt G('etierat l Aisoanamil' 1. ul-
weeks. je.t t(1 t he action of tha Ieno rai,-i nli Primnli
Mackerel galore, but the fishermen Re-spetfailly)' A S WI ii
want more I(') Carratbelle fishermen W ., t,, ,.<'a,'tti. ,,t.,- ,,f i.I",,r ,11 ii.t
have organized and will in the future hiiI,'t !annnmvii', w N K.-nh as at raamliiiatt. fit
ship their catch themselves. There has Mla-ia"u o- f tih H..i been more miackerel caught in the past t iA Citl i f ita. ) ttli, a'1 it isr
three weeks here than tie local tish
dealers could handle, hence they cut the '1' t. laear.'rtat, viaa'- .-, .a', ,iia
i Tii, t t a lia ititv ftri 'il. 4,f '. Mti \ 4l .a W i it laii'Iti a .
ir e t( airing tit i r l- thr iee- a c'tient aPr poundlil. 1 S r1, i i n at, a. i, ,m \

Not If as Rich as Rockefeller.
If you bi t all theO \w health of It,,ck,'-
feller, the Starilardil (il magnatee, vyau
Co, il iflat I \ it i t'l r itiedilaitle for
li ,,aS el (,ta lll ilh l ~t ltitat. ( 'ha il lllel laii'.t

T lira t lla -I I rl ll t11 ll t,[i \ -l'l ll i t1 i t all t
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From Mr. Buchtman.

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Iaii ho lier iill !,a r ti I I ,,, t i t l lt ita i t' i'
ii i" if, w, hl h I r t;a! e l t ih;it I tt cT i' ti
of I.",,i tl. lil l ,tlltll hir -' fi fi I he ulllti

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C)l. ;ii l e;'a'h ,aii a ,ll lllte .Iaf ., lii 1,, 1 i,2'i' ,, iri t ili t l l ,,l ,I t i 1',\ st;ial '
i sh a \,ote',. l and % e # ate i lr'e.-e; ii- t to I>\ ttle 't t ie' at !.' I ,l it I;aii \- % -i St Ii-
tnait '-) fat' in till' S tiltf \ t e'\ pter- 'H tl.a h \1\ |t,|t t .' t iti.,,T iiti a ,- \ i 11 -liat
s.'te iiIt ie' ivise' lieIt- iaiill '.: l. ;it. ,l hl rnI e ltIt ut itl l- .t il ilit., th 1 lac't .-
hratlll IeI al1aweii I il-tat- InL patI I ti t til l t aa I .. r -i l t 1 v I.;' ,1 e, u li tI

trtil aliy ti tl it.ailJ I i-t ,.l t1 1,r ; ii i' t l r,.t ,t 'ii \ IiI. l ioti i,.I,,i f,,i ti h pl ii-
to t a he'l i pete 'l. er.,, l-t i ,l .ti uiai . I ,l l i' t

lUte it- i travel il h i th. i -t re(ta ' it i l -; ie l t i .l i.tli \ a li f l,,i ,Ial!lr
tl e I tiV t e ic t jIe,' i l, lIA l i treul 'l the 'thlle- 1 t, I :l.' ; ti I,' I l i .11 i ll i t I i. r nl itf tll
i .sult t ,I,1. 1Vhn1 i li.l i- i.h to in a ltii r i l al 1 ,, l,; a' t I'.a le4d till.
;lll ,ti ,'e he i- # \()er t,,l w1 | 'rl n t et- il.tint'
d UtL t'ies o f hil- 14I.oisiti(,n w n- c i ei ntii u lv 'II' i- I plUit t eilt ,i 'vi -it"r ,il riptiin
aind 1)4,rl\rI and if hl iIt- dow., n tt it i> list anil -ei(I intd revul;arl u\ %o i ihluable
thle d(itv Iof'th,, voteI r to 4r t ni iilm er the Ipat1 r1 I al\v;>i vs km l o.ivshrl in It
usual putiishnient, ok(,''th l )I i 4 a jtiv I n t if i- t ) remalllilr),
Abstain freml e\ier'ytl inh i llthat may iti- i\ truly vil'!'-,
lict a permanent woAund, andt thus pref- li. aI MAN
vent thlie notw ,-,at.Il liial ittuiti.- fr'iiil. Piratng Foley's Homey and Tar.
fria coming enemies hrea after. PiratingFoley'sHoneyand Tar.
Nothing is to hie gained ily plersconalI Foley & ('t ., (hicaga,o. originated
abuse, the party using it being the one lHoney and Tar as a throat and lung
generally harmed. remedy., and oIn account (of thet great
There is plenty to discuss besides pri- merit and popularity of Foleyn Hone#v
vate character, and he who cannot find and Tar many imitations are offered for
better weapons to use had better keep the genuine Theseworthless imitations
silent. We all have faults, perhaps, have similar sounding names. Beware
but exposing them is a game tloth sides of them. The genuine Foley K Honej y
can play at, and the result might he and Tar is in a yellow package. Ask
personal antagonism to Iw regretted for it. and refuse any substitute. It is
ever afterwards. the best remedy for coughs and colds.
Let it be clean and manly talk, and Sold by all dealers
don't descend into the private affairsof
any one, and the voters will delight to If you are an American citizen it is
hear the speeches and to form their yur duty and should be a matter of
opinion as to who can best serve them personal pride with you to vote at pub-
as officials. -Jacksonville Metropolis. lie elections It is now too late to reg-
-a -t.latepo l r for the coming primary and if you
It is DeaIgereI to ei a Col. have barred youersef by not register-
How often do we hear it remarked: ing you have no right to be proud of the
tS oly a cold, ard a few fact, for no people deserve to be well
later learn that the man is on his back t= their 8ta countyof
with eum ia. Thi of such com But even if you have tered there
mon occurrence that a cold however s still a chance for you to beat your-
sht, should not be d ded.C- l fot of your vote. The ol taxe
bjlj3 .Cosw^h Rrema e cs^ ^for 190 and 190 must beX don or be-
any tdcy f o fore Saturday, ay 5. a if tyou a
,i subject to that ,ta and don't pa t be-
o0pularity Sand ex a s eits that time you don't vote laO the
prompt eares of this m t primary iv e Oak Democrat
ment. It a ysgoe seand i5s '_..-....-.._... .,
to take. Fo r laskby ll "* FewerGalems; Wears LOmgsr;Devoe

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I ail rilirtl t l atir'tI ta h w l 't al riait ilie I'l t ri i,,. -
tnt- ( ian the iieri ,rt I olf the riltzeb lile a fmyI 'Ii "-
m iari i S er a i, f it't I ", 2.that I l|'hmI a en -'laf if
ldate'. t ihave r dirwdl fi a enter the rai an it daiik the.r i

my bestfatentin. andifagain elected as a C(n.
mIsOnlier pledge to act for the beat interest (f all
Reepertluii. WIL IAM J. JIaNasona
To the Democtc Voters' of lian County:
Havig served two* term.l h a member of f the
Wo o(Iu th'y Ce" mio s ui to me forLeof imIrCounty.

at the in th itatn of ha number if feeni of I 'take
this mesr' tolannounce that I willnbe a canddalie
for r'*.elction from distrket No.,4, subkewt ofcourse
to the attion of the D)emoe nr the primary. Thank-
in one and allf my for eir W.n a mRespectfu they.
D. Svoursmtaa.
bhrd befo an e evrtf a Inem-ldat ie for Counnty

Cemy bt itsontn frn Diif aln a
Wull, WI OIM
To the DeDnocratie Voters of loam County:
Halvi arvdI two r ns ev % be Lh of th

bt m oleareslttm of a numd or fdl Ie to
iml C o inmo t thst 1 will be a enkU&I. f
tot iof th e prmr. Thans.

Tallah.eaae. Fla., March 6, 190I .
To the Democratic Ve ter of Leon County:
I respectfully announce that I am a candidate
for the office of Tax Collector of IA."n county, sull.
ject to the action of the Democratic Primary a*lc-
tion. and respectfully owlicit the support of every
good citizen uf Leon county.
for Cosaty Treassrer.
To the Democratic Votern of Leon Count)
I hereby announce myself an a candidate for re-
ela.tiwn as Treasurer of Iean county, -bilject to
the act itn oft the Democratic Primary. I desire to
think the voters of Leon ct'unt) ftor their pa.-t cor. -
dial support.
Resp't fully. J. EARI.E PERKIINS.
T., t ait' Voter- of I~aen County:
I herely announce myself at& a candidate, for rt-
ii.naianati ,in fai the iti'e a of Sliia erv'ie ir ,tf tegrit-
Ilittii if .cotl it .. suijet-t to theaction of the
IN-tai,, tatl I' rimanr) I think the ti-ters of Leon
<,iiih f,. l their iit.a t uitirit. andl will ireatly ap-
illa it't - tha >' uAI' r t er at the Pl'inlnry May 1-5,
aI '.

I I''..I.I iIh,.> 1%,, 4' In>-.. it n- at cat, hlti*, l,i ,,e)i ll .-l. lctfutIl , SAMI'. ;. P. CHAIREM .
S., h ', i iii ,iiI t N ,. . t L.
%i %,;' nkr t ,, Ml |>lt- ,a-t till,,,. i Co errssllRnall Annosu cement.
l i .. i.. t,,, lh. ii.-a 11 it, t f tui li.i..I atlit unce that I ani a canulidlate for
l;.-i.' Itllult. lAU -'. t..Alr\MIi,-II I a,,ntr ,.-- iI ti, rhnai t iuiwrerssa.tinal I)istrict of
Sh1a' .t, f al- ilrhla. 'ul c'r'l' to) the i m-,pecratic
%\. iti., f ia.nd- i f It F 1>ti hl.' i.,t ict iih,.n n. tha alt % ll Is. )i It l ItlOW Andl I hall, if
it- i>i lIl tal.- ft i .1': h. i li i l --I T..1 I ft, ..Ih.t I .,,, t uili.n ..a. lnl- ll. l iai t foi r.
l A t-' i i I .. tari r'-i, tf i f ll i-i lit I .' i .\l.).. rianti i- ft. the' rlipriv e tie t of the
at1 iit t it a l .i-'aI- I ...,' ,it-i n \l : il' It tI .a I .I t'll S. l at I I s Mn Al hi l l.i-,s f this couligret-
I,, ,1... I li,,l, ," f lh m l> 'l1i, I l l 'l lnll l\| + M l I Hi. i,],,li|t di-|| Ac t
i- \*is : "ki,.t t Ii1 i. fIit hI il l" t, k..i l ,,i tl', ii |t I' -h ll ,, 1.h l the' i.lictlian of the South's
',.i" *-' ,, in- I,* I',i 'h .>i *' l 'n o n n,lhd I.,l;n f., ,,.,,.T .-.i n ondltih i n c oIu(il i.*
"t l'l' "1 1i I I shall lt.all that I %l.AN Y\ I l'RI I' NI S Ina l , \iry ee' t ttai.,airhit (ut the (liatrect.
1T. I ,ni lti i V, o r, .t .n ',iit 4th I -Iihall enilpa\iir to hav a through geAlokjg
I ir'-ih'Itfull a i., iin rn ,nn1.lin.t fr'1i ,.. "ail -suril y niade in e.a h .otiunt) of this dlistric for
ni.lliilui'O I,. ti ... h S. h '. l .. n, tha. tIwnei tll f fr- int r- anal all ct nier'tie l.
f(.I It t 'iA l-t I -tIlati ..t .. i, .m t\,ii \ l -11i,.< t It,, 'lth I ahaill wttk foii the I roiper advertisement
Tll. a ti, .n 1 thi' ll.'i,. ti Piiiiin (i1 IH hl.l. of the State& aitl its re-siiur'es. Altld encourage the
,MNt 1 I' l ., iam esn\ elin nt iof capital.
\i'a a i,.-]I.'tfill,. Jiins n i A l'ATrts.. tet h. I shall work It, place Flitidal n an equal
f.i)iti|I with the leadhlit States of the Union In
For Tax Asseenr. t ilcaiaion atId inalttrisr'. and the vartoum pro-re.-
Tallhhant,,w, Fhla. Feb. 2thlh,l, sie devehlopment11 that will be tbneficial to the
T Te**t.; i tsesI'tI.^ ai..t iSt lstaate.
rI iespectiull1ah, itni2 ne ulla'flllayllr e-7th. It favor the in rei t nl extension of the
L. ,n t'tinaly, siujectillc tA theAl, enacr atic a narif it an uitable hailis with the various tions and
Far your jast kinie and monster. Ilan. i an in f the warld, in order that the tth
h,.ar yte)u Ia~t nnuch eana wilt oer)netratie the touth may find a ready mairkelfor
hlrank you very nut aia wt t er h ratefula aa- ton and other ipraductA at Ipaying prices, that
.WitliAm ) r 4 Am the manufacturer may find an outlet fr sur-.
tplua manufactured products.
Frr Tax Collector. The abaloe ar a few of the many things tO I
Tah Feb .ih favor and expie't to work for if elected.
Tallahaoe. Fa.. Feb -.Mth. Itll), Jr.rrnaON D. STRIPnNa
1 .i tha lenm waratict' V o fterC otf Learn I ount) : liI-. ,. -.- ..
I hirehliy retelwetfully anBaitiice* that I will INe a
,.nidllate for fala the t office of Tax Fo# Sal0 or Bet.
th'tle..lhr of i.esn caournty, mli,>iiJ't) teha te ctom tof I The Houstoil Home Place, one mile
I thank all my fretri for thoir ipast favors anld east of tne cit., Fqr particular, ap-
niany kindlneilssim. anid a continuance f ht thiane ply to
faviir ail kmlndesstes will Itw reatl) aipprea'itail *rtf J. P. S. HouTooN.
Yours. ver) retAiect-ittlly. '. A DFMIII.. .


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Rates $1.00 Per )ay.

Regular Board $4.50 Per Week.

W. L. STRICKLAND, Mgr. and Prop.


Ope fning


Wednesday, Mar. 14th.

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


- Florida.


Vor C.atcCMMISIBolhlar, D.irtwct N.. S.
To the Democratic Voters i4f Letn (County:
I respectfully announce that I am a candidate .
for re-electkion to the office taf County Commisiion-
er for District Not. .5. subject to the action of the
Democratic primary. If re-elettead I will work .'or
the best intore(t of the people of Lein county.
I am respectfully. W. A. REGISTER.
Toa the liemocratic Voters of IlA n Ct'unty
After having quite a number oif Citizens a ,l
friend. request ie to t ioa. and hat ing th iught--
fully ceaontder'l the matter, I heretin annaiou.' a. my
canldida'y. a- a tComnt) ' C('o ini o eiilNl r Dl it- t No, 1, Ioom i inty. ti.i)twtr
toi the acti'mtn if tlhe l t ni,. rithti in iinmat a IA,. if
ti' natelt l andt i elea e't piitrit-,' th, it ieit-n iof 4 n
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V i.\ r -p.-' tflllti l.ll.MI a ~ I H HI -
Fer Scheol Commisalener For District No. 3.
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Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing. Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. . . ....

Plumbing a Specialty

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Edwards. Son & Co..

City Market,


Leon County Democratic Primary
Election tailed to Be Held on
Tuesday, May 15th, 1906.




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